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Orcutt wine bar owner faces criminal charges for stay-at-home order violations

Orcutt wine bar owners are being held criminally liable for opposition to public health orders.

The Santa Barbara County District Attorney’s Office has filed four minor charges against Kurt Hixenbaugh, co-owner of Vino et Amicis in Orcutt. The complaint alleges that he violated the stay-at-home order and did not file a public health order between December and January.

Santa Barbara County District Attorney’s Office

California People vs. Kurt Alan Hixenbo

Santa Barbara County District Attorney’s Office

In December, Hixenbaugh YouTube video A few days after California Governor Gavin Newsom announced a new stay-at-home order, many businesses were forced to shut down under the title “We remain open.”

KSBY contacted Hixenbaugh on Wednesday. He called us and said he was hiring a lawyer and wouldn’t comment at this time.

Hixenbo will appear in the Santa Maria Superior Court on April 29th.



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